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  • Title: Lecture: On the Nature of Butterflies
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    • kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner-
    • becomes quite another kind of creature than it was as an egg. The egg
    • When I say “I” to myself I kindle this inner light. In
    • saying “I,” I kindle the selfsame light that colours the
    • kind of caterpillar which, having become such, has the urge to reach the
    • doctor in charge. So they said: Will you be so kind as to take us round
    • spirit to create the new being. This same thing applies to mankind.
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture II
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    • They are presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf
    • Queen cells have no such shape, they are more like a kind of sack;
    • a new situation here. The different kinds of bees — Queens, workers
    • that the sting is really a tube in which a kind of piston moves up
    • — namely, that the blood-cells in reality do this out of a kind
    • are made of a kind of wax, just as the honey-comb forms the marvellous
    • form may then get too rigid, and one may develop all kinds of
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture III
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    • They are presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf
    • platino-cyanide is able to see with some kind of eyes because it
    • kind of cyanic acid, of prussic acid. I told you before that man always
    • that where barium platino-cyanide is affected a kind of feeling arises.
    • out of it because in an article of this kind there is nothing he can
    • bee changes whatever food it happens to get into a kind of honey. All
    • the food it takes into a kind of honey.
    • kind of bees then will those be which within themselves can transform
    • We do the same with our remedies. When one takes some kind of metal,
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture IV
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    • gentlemen, in earlier times a kind of knowledge existed that was directly
    • kinds of crystals. You will remember I drew these quartz crystals for
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture V
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    • be at once evident. A doctor of the kind we have today, may come along
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture VI
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    • They are presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf
    • in the same way. There may be people who would get some kind of
    • use of medicinally, though of a very different kind to that prepared for
    • certain kind of wasp which lays its eggs upon it. Let us picture this
    • sweetness of the grafted figs can be increased; a kind of
    • But man can bring it about that from one fig-tree to another a kind of
    • in a kind of honey-cell formation.
    • when we study this special cultivation of the fig trees we discover a kind
    • with their waxen combs really show us a kind of artistically formed tree-trunk
    • lay her eggs there, but they build for themselves a kind of picture
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture VII
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    • They are presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf
    • as in a normal hive there are three kinds of eggs: queen-eggs, worker-eggs
    • the heart were a kind of pump, and that this pumping of the heart
    • drives the turbine. Man has the same kind of points of resistance in
    • and the different kinds of eggs, Dr. Steiner has said so much, but one
    • kind of illness. The colony is a unity in itself, and the colony is then
    • how a kind of inner preparation of honey takes place through these
    • wasps. There are also other kinds of wasps beside these gall-wasps,
    • which more closely resemble the bees as they make a kind of
    • paper. It is actually a kind of paper-pulp. Then second, third,
    • time of laying, the wasp in a most curious way, makes a kind of loop
    • and then again a kind of covering with
    • wasp nests are, as you know, covered in with a kind of skin, and have
    • come to the ants, which are not able to build the same kind of nest
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture VIII
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    • little chamber inside it, hollows it out, and makes all kind of
    • is, for instance, a kind of ant which does as follows: somewhere or
    • other it builds on the ground a kind of wall (drawing on the board);
    • grow round about, with the exception of one particular kind of grass. All
    • in the centre we have a kind of hillock, and all round it looks as
    • search all round about and collect a certain kind of grass which they then
    • area nothing else is permitted to grow but just this one special kind
    • as it were, and regularly cultivate the kind of grass that best suits
    • new kind of grass is brought into existence. These silica-hard seeds
    • a special kind simply insert their eggs into the caterpillar, and when
    • of this kind, all make their first appearance as grubs, also the
    • is kindled, and one asks oneself the meaning of such things.
    • other kind of science is only concerned with what the bee takes away
    • say out of a kind of instinctive knowledge; one must not
    • about by a kind of sense of smell. As I said before, much that is
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture IX
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    • They are presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf
    • a kind of bee which does not work in this way, but shows, precisely in its
    • outside. When it has got inside, when it has bored out a kind of passage,
    • imitate mechanically, the things they copy are often of this kind, but
    • kind of ant-heap, for every where in your limbs, muscles and other
    • something of the kind I have just told you. When a man tells you
    • something of this kind, one must of course, learn other things about
    • kind of Christmas tree in his hand. This was a branch of the juniper
    • Christmas tree. To them the juniper tree was a kind of Christmas tree
    • which they carried into their houses; the juniper became a kind of
    • as a kind of Christmas tree, and which is the same for the birds as
  • Title: Cosmic Workings: Lecture IV
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    • kinds of things that have never happened and have no inclination to
    • see, in illnesses of this character three kinds of medicine come into
    • different kinds of anaemia, just as there are different kinds of
  • Title: Cosmic Workings: Lecture V
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    • sorts of substances. We then took a kind of flower pot, and poured
    • earth, and this sap in mounting carries up with it all kinds of salts
    • flowerpot with some earth in it: we put it in as a kind of manure. In
    • contain copper. One dilutes it with copper; the same kind of plants



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